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Each day we're celebrating one of our eight playlists with some of the best tracks on offer. Kick back and relax for the weekend with today's pick of chill.
Seinabo Sey - "Younger" (Kygo Remix)
Kygo takes Seinabo Sey’s hymnal roof raiser on holiday to the island of tropical house. The result? A tidal wave of chill.
Deadmau5 & Kaskade - "I Remember"
Who’d have thought the internet’s least chill guy could produce such a relaxing track? The power of "I Remember" is so strong even arch nemesis Skrillex can’t help but play it. Listen to him drop it during his Burning Man set right here.
Destiny's Child - "Say My Name" (Cyril Hahn Remix)
In 2013 a practically anonymous Swiss producer turned a late 90s R&B power anthem into a gloomy deep house mystery that everyone wanted to solve.
Disclosure Feat London Grammar - "Help Me Lose My Mind"
Two of 2013’s biggest acts combine to make this comfort blanket of a morning after track, perfect for revelling in the early morning sun.
Jean Jacques Smoothie - "2 People"
A Netflix and Chill anthem if there ever was one.
Hayden James - "Something About You"
We put our trust in anyone from Australia’s Future Classic label, with Hayden James being no exception. "Something About You" should sit right where your chill playlist turns to party, such is its significant dancefloor quality. We spoke to him about DJing Zac Efron’s pool party, read about it here.
Massive Attack – "Protection"
Mr Probs - "Waves" (Robin Schulz Remix)
For such a calm song, the video for "Waves" is surprisingly passive aggressive. Don’t watch it if you feel like you need to relax.
Roy Davis Jr Feat Peven Everett – "Gabriel"
The holiest of club tracks? As gorgeous today as it has been every day since its release in 1996, it transcends the dancefloor like a gift sent from above. Chill out in your own space wherever you are with Gabriel.
Zero 7 - "In The Waiting Line"
AKA Sia before chart success.